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Super Bowl Sunday is here and it's wing time.

Mine are sauced with Butter, Lemon-Thyme Hot Sauce (Made specially in Connecticut), Vulcan Salt (From Spice House in Chicago), Tomato Powder (Also from Spice House), and Hungarian Sweet Paprika.

If you aren't doing wings, show us what you are making!

 
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  1. My husband just read the title of my post and said, "Good thing you weren't writing about chicken cutlets..."

    1. Moving on to halftime. This is what my husband ate while watching Beyoncé.

      Super Bowl Profiteroles

      Cream Puffs filled with Cherry Garcia ice cream and Chocolate Sauce.

       
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      1. re: TrishUntrapped

        There's a joke in there.....somewhere, but I'll behave.

        1. re: fourunder

          ;-)

        2. re: TrishUntrapped

          Beyonce.........GAAAAAH!

        3. Beef and Pork Natural Casing Hot Dogs with Hot Cherry Pepper Relish.......to ride out the delay...

           
          1. Giant Turkey Hot Wings & Waffles

             
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            1. re: acgold7

              Nice looking dogs Fourunder, and wow, Turkey Wings and Waffles - great idea.

              1. re: TrishUntrapped

                As a postscript, we sold so many wings we had to "borrow" from this week's birds, and as a result now have several dozen armless Turkeys sitting in the walk-in waiting for the roasters... sort of a sad sight, really...

              2. re: acgold7

                My niece would love you for the Turkey Wings....very nice.

                1. re: fourunder

                  If she's ever in the Seattle area, have her drop us a line and we'll guide her in to the restaurant.

                  By the way.... Frank's Red Hot + Maple Syrup = Heaven. You should see the look on people's faces.... particularly the formerly skeptical.

                  1. re: acgold7

                    Wow, that's a lot of wings. Must make that hot sauce recipe, great twist!

                    I invented my own sauce which I noted above, because I find just Frank's and butter to be too acidic/bitter for my taste. But I'm guessing the maple syrup remedies that effect. Brilliant!

                    1. re: TrishUntrapped

                      Bobby Flay often mixes Honey with his hotter dishes to balance out the heat and the tang from any vinegar he might use. We use the syrup only when we do the wings with the waffles -- the hot wings platter alone doesn't get the syrup -- so we first toss the wings in the traditional wing sauce, plate them over the waffles, then use a squeeze bottle to zigzag the syrup over wings and waffles together. Then when you cut into them you get a different flavor combo with each bite.

              3. My husband bought a 40lb box of wings, and proceeded to make 15 dozen for our neighbors. However, he never took a picture of the final product!

                 
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                1. re: roxlet

                  That's a lotta wings!!!

                2. Went traditional with Frank's

                   
                  1. Sooo many wings....we did traditional spicy bbq mesquite smoked and one with a peanut sauce sort of like a satay type of thing....I am winged OUT!!!

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                    1. re: lilpixy

                      As the narrator in Monty Python would say, "Now for something completely different."

                      My husband asked me to make Profiteroles to go with the wings, so I did. Looking at the photo, my co-workers said I had a Metrosexual Super Bowl.

                      Profiteroles: Cream Puff Shells filled with Cherry Garcia Ice Cream, covered in Chocolate Fudge Sauce.

                       
                    2. I made wings for the first time! Too bad I didn't take a photo - but I will next time!

                      I used Alton's method of steam, then bake. I then did a honey, teriyaki, sriratchi sauce.

                      Can I say this disappeared in less than 15 minutes. If I didn't grab one in each hand and run away, I would have not even had any.

                      I have decided to do this way more often. Its fairly easy and is a great plate to put out and munch on in front of a tv movie. You only need a bunch of napkins!